Finally! A Slow Feeder Option That Works for Me!
We all know our horses should eat small amounts of forage frequently. Depending on your horse’s size and nutritional requirements, that means 15 to 30 pounds of hay divided into small meals throughout the day, which also means you could basically spend your whole day feeding horses at regular intervals. For most of us, that’s just not practical.

Still, research studies, veterinarians, and equine nutritionists constantly recommend slow feeding for the management of everything from equine Cushing’s disease to equine metabolic syndrome to

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